I tried submitting a photo to the group pool. It said it violated one of the group rules. It is a photo. It's of a barn. I don't know if it's marked as Safe, though. My default for new uploads is Safe, so it should be.
Here is the photo:
Can someone tell me what setting on this image violates the rules?
Digital Camera magazine is holding a "Photographer of the Year" contest. I have looked at most of the entries and I know there are photos in here that are as good or better than what is listed on the web site so far. If anyone is interested, the contest ends in September. The link is as follows:
I have just agreed to shoot an evening wedding at South Padre Island. Both the ceremony and reception will be at the beach, and it will run late.
Now I have only shot at the beach during sunset, and have not done any real night portraits. I doubt there are any city lights - so I am guessing lighting is going to be my biggest issue after sunset.
I have a real problem with blown highlights where anything meets the sky. If you notice, where the tree and the sky meet the limbs lose alot of detail. Does anyone know how to solve this problem? Any photoshop fix or camera settings that might help? I use a Nikon D100 most of the time.
I have a panasonic dmc-tz2, I'm having problems taken pictures inside, If I have the flash on its too bright, if off ,its too .shadowy. Does anyone have a camera like this, if so would you help me with the settings, thanks
Since we seem to be so good at not paying attention to the rule of thirds, lets see what you can do to intentionally break it. Please post your best shot that breaks the rule and really works. Please comment on why you think it works and what you like about it and make sure to comment on the picture directly above you. After all this is a photo tip forum.
I have made several attempts at capturing smoke, below you can see my best result if you can call it a best... I was wondering if you guys and gals have any techniques or tips. If you are able to include any photos of your set-up that would be greatly appreciated.
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I have a feeling I need more light????
I have a really hard time seeing the LCD screen when it is bright out. Sometimes I wonder how I get a picture at all since I can barely see what I've framed. Does anyone have any tips on ways to make the screen more visible in bright sun? Polorized sunglasses....? Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks.
I'm currently working on an article about portrait lighting. I want to see some great examples of portraits using more than just natural light. I'll be using one image for that article on Monday 03/24/2008. Here's the kicker, I'm not choosing the image. We have a secret judge on this one. Let's see what you've got.
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